Why Homeland Security Lost Track of Kids it Separated at The Border

Why Homeland Security Lost Track of Kids it Separated at The Border

Andrew Eversden, Federal Times (December 2, 2019)

DHS estimated that its border patrol agents separated more than 3,000 children for their families during those 2018 months. The department estimates that it completed over 2,100 reunifications, but the IG found 136 children with potential family relationships that DHS didn’t properly record. In a longer review of Oct. 1, 2017, to Feb. 14, 2019, the IG found another 1,233 children with potential family relationships that CBP didn’t record properly.

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